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reports of government troops shelling rebel held areas this morning. >> the united states and nine other nations expelled syrian diplomats from their capitals. >> we do not believe that further militarization of the situation in syria at this point is the right course of action. >> thunderstorms delivered damaging hail to the oklahoma city area overnight. >> storms knocked out power to more than 60,000 people. >> facebook stock closed below $30, down 24% from its opening price. >> all this damn time, i got to try to figure out how to provide for my people. >> going back near the wall. he's got it. >> are you matt damon? >> i'm the [ bleep ] quarterback, moron. >> ever meet annoying kids? >> i got a whole bunch of kids. >> one night only. one hour only. regis and dave. >> get ahold of yourself. >> and that matters. >> all these years later he's still chasing that sound and searching for a little bit of truth. >> on "cbs this morning." >> is it hard to raise a kid around biden. i would assume that he's the uncle that comes over and you brought some guns. that kind of thing. captioning fund
him over the top. we'll ask former defense second donald rumsfeld what the united states should do to end the blood shed in syria. >>> i'm erica hill. a newly discovered video could finally solve the mystery behind a newlywed's cruise ship disappearance. >>> facebook fallout as the stock drops again. >>> i'm gayle king. gold sellers beware. an investigation shows you may not be getting the best price for your music. >>> and chely wright on the price she paid for coming out. >>> we begin with a look at today's "eye opener" your world in 90 seconds. >> this man is out of ideas, he's out of excuses. in november we'll make sure and vote him out of office. >> mitt romney takes texas, clinching the gop nomination. >> he's under fire for holding a fund-raiser in las vegas with donald trump. >> who is making headlines, again questioning president obama's citizenship. >> there are many people that don't agree with that birth certificate. they don't think it's authentic. >> i found that whole hawaii thing pretty implausible. >> the word for hello is the same for good-bye. [ bleep ]. >> in sy
these proceedings not through outbursts, by railing against the united states of america, but by silence. in many ways, charlie, it was much more disturbing. >> and the silence in part is to have -- to continue to claim that this court is not -- does not have jurisdiction over them? >> well, what we saw is that they -- they even refused to enter pleas. four years ago they wanted to plead guilty. this time it appears they're going to drag this out as long as possible and continue to allow these lawyers to attack this system and pursue what they say are allegations that these men were tortured. they want to pursue all that in these courtroom proceedings. saturday's hearing was really routine. they were just entering charges against these five. it should have taken no more than an hour or to. it lasted 13 hours, the proceedings were also translated in arabic. it stretched the entire day. this trial could continue indefinitely. >> john, you testified at guantanamo. what do you make of this action by -- or lack of action by the defendants? >> charlie, this is classic ksm. he is somebody who is -- he's
'm charlie rose. >>> a new bomb plot against the united states is foiled. we'll get new information and see if airport security could have stopped this attack. >>> i'm erica hill. the white house scrambles for another explanation after a top official says he supports same-sex marriage. but a strike position from the government on how fast america will soon become. >>> and i'm gayle king. we'll show you what prince harry is doing on his first visit to washington and when i see you at 8:00, john irving and rita wilson will stop by. >>> but before we begin, as we do every morning, the eye opener, world's. >>> a new and improved underwear bomb with a better detonation system. >>> authorities believe the mastermind is the same terrorist behind the last underwear bomber plot in 2009. >> this device was nonmetallic and probably would have got gtten past metal detectors. >> just when we think we have it under control they have another variation of the device and they're constantly working against us. >>> in north carolina voters are oing to easily pass an amendment. >> i d
united states. if greece were to pull out, i think the probability is very high that that would have very serious contagion effects across the eurozone and that that in turn could have a serious impact in the united states and around the world. >> and there's a serious concern today and more people are taking it seriously. >> the problem, charlie, greece has been a problem since the againing. instead of addressing it from the beginning which they should have done, it's gotten worse and worse and worse and now they're finding it difficult to finding a solution. i still think the possibility of greece leaving the eurozone is probably less than 50/50, but even if it stays within the eurozone eurozone, the problems are enormous and that too could create contagion and bank runs ss in spain and elsewhere. if that happens it has the possibility if not for certainty serious impacts here. >> let's talk about your piece today in the journal. you talk about this being the best political environmental for real fiscal action in a lodge time. do you really see something concr
dissident. he emerged from the united states embassy overnight and now the chinese want the united states to apologize. we'll go to beijing where secretary of state clinton just arriv arrived. >>> also this morning, the address to the nation from afghanistan. >>> i'm gayle king. andy pettitte faces down his former best friend and we know that a picture can be worth a thousand words. should any one painting really be worth 200 million bucks? we'll get into that debate. >> first as we do every morning, we begin with a look at today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. >> the goal to defeat al qaeda and deny it a chance to rebuild is now within our reach. >> president obama vows to finish the job in afghanistan. >> u.s. troops will remain in afghanistan through 2024 in a support role. >> three explosions rocked the afghan capital hours after president obama made a secret trip to that city. >> to knows that had 23 years in the afghan war pool, you win? >> chen guangcheng has left the u.s. embassy in beijing. >> china demands an apology after a chinese dissident leaves u.s. protection. >> j
the global economy including the united states and if greece were to pull out, i think probability is very high that would have serious contagion effects across the eurozone and that in turn could have serious adverse impacts to the united states and around the world. >> there is serious consideration that today more people are taking it seriously. more p >> the problem is greece is a problem from the very beginning. pr instead of addressing this at e the beginning which is what european political should have ssing done, it's gotten worse and worse and worse and they are having difficulty finding a solution of greece coming out of the eurozone.so i think the probability of greece leaving eurozone is probably less than 50-50. even if it stays within the euro eurozone, problems are enormous enor and that could create contagion and cause bank runs and spain and elsewhere and if that happens, i think it has in spa potential probability but not certainty of having serious negative impacts here. >> let's talk about your piece to in the journal. you talk about this the best
in 90 seconds. >> he and his family now want to go to the united states. >> beijing offers a possible solution to a build in crisis. >> the chinese foreign ministry now says chen guangcheng can apply for government permission to study abroad. >> a blind dissident called in for an emergency hearing played through a translator. >> translator: i want to meet with secretary clinton. i hope i can get more help from her. >>> 175 pages of letters written by osama bin laden just released. >> the guy wasn't a terrorist. he was a hoarder. it was just a matter of times when we learned he died alone surrounded by 29 cats. >>> employers added 115,000 jobs in april. we expected 160,000 jobs. unemployment at 8.1%. >> let's get the motor city mad man and say that he threatened the president. that will do it. >> a huge sinkhole. a suburban community outside of orlando, about 10,000 square feet wide. >> drivers in saudi arabia were swerving hard with a road runner car with a 400-pound bird. >> more stuff about anderson cooper at a bar or a gym or health club than i do about what he is doing in the stud
cruise ships. >> al qaeda and associated forces still have the intent to attack the united states. >> get ready for a may day to remember. occupy wall street demonstrators want to make it that way. they are planning marches all over the world. >> parts of northern oklahoma battered by as many as four tornadoes. >> rupert murdoch is not a fit and proper person to run an international company is the conclusion of lawmakers in london. >> all that. >> jessica simpson is nine days past her due date. wow. >> i just think maybe she'll give birth to a pony. >> and all that matters. >> my gosh. look at that. >> this guy is okay. >> i think he might have had a beer or two before going up. he was a little excited. >> on "cbs this morning." >> regis will be -- >> in the bronx. wait a minute. i'm not going to let that go. >> where is he going to be? captioning funded by cbs >>> welcometo "cbs this morning." one year ago today a navy s.e.a.l. raid kill osama bin laden in pakistan. it was a milestone in the fight against al qaeda and it's getting a lot of extra attention today in the united states and i
and greece say no to austerity and see how that could affect the united states and the u.s. economy. >>> i'm gayle king. a tennessee mom and her three children disappear. this morning, there is a massive manhunt across several states. when i see awe the 8:00, dr. phil stops by the studio 57. >> i'm erica hill. a new national poll has good news for mitt romney and only on "cbs this morning" find out who is on top of the new fortune 500. >>> as we do every morning we begin with a look at today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. >>> my life is in your hands, mr. president. >> an american held hostage pleads for his life. >> warren weinstein was kidnapped in pakistan last summer. >> if you accept the demand, i live. . you don't, then i die. [ speaking in foreign language ] >> french voters pick a socialist over the status quo. >> hollande has beaten sarkozy. >> stocks overseas took a nose dive. >> he is likely to have a big impact on the euro zone crisis. >> multistate manhunt is on for a young man accused of kidnapping three young girls and their mom. >> a quit quiet community. >> busy h
of controversy is pleading with secretary clinton to get on her plane and seek refuge in the united states. >>> i'm erica hill. we'll tell you why kate edwards fled the courtroom in tears at the trial of her father. >>> and i'm gayle king. pro football is stunned after another long-time star, junior seau, commits suicide. james brown of cbs sports will be here. when i see you at 8:00, a revealing look at a young barack obama. >>> as we do every morning, we begin with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >>> conflicting accounts this hour about why a blind chinese activist chen guangcheng left the american embassy in beijing. >> a dissident dilemma turns into a diplomatic disaster. >> this is a man who is in fear for his life. >> chen now says he's been let down by the u.s. and is begging to leave china on secretary of >> china that protects the rights of all its citizens will be a stronger and more prosperous nation. >> the case being investigated as a suicide. >> 12-time pro bowl linebacker junior seau put a gun to his chest and pulled the trigger. >> did all that violence r
to attack the united states. >>> well, get ready for mayday to remember. occupy wall street certainly wants to make it that way. they're planning marches all over the world. >>> parts of oklahoma are cleaning up after getting battered by as many as four tornadoes. >>> the bike that traveled in this trailer was believed to have traveled all the way from japan. >> all that -- >>> jessica simpson is nine days half her due date. wow. >> i think she'll give birth to a pony. >>> all that matter. >> oh, my gosh. look at that. apparently this guy is okay. >> do you think he might have had a beer or two? he's a little excited. >>> all that on "cbs this morning." >> and don rickles. regis will be -- >> at bar mitz fa hall in the bronx. >> wait a minute. i'm not going to let that go. >> so where's he going to be? captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." one year ago today a navy s.e.a.l. raid killed osama bin laden in pakistan. it was a milestone in the fight against al qaeda and it ee getting a lot of attention today new state and pakistan. >> we have reports from here in the u.s.
of the united states. could this person if the president were to die, heaven forbid, could this person come in and be a good president? the political decisions come after that and they are, you know, the hypocritic rule, do no harm. charlie and i were around in 1972 when mcgovern picked a running mate he had to give back. secondly, is there a state, a big state which wouldn't otherwise carry that this person might help you carry? lyndon johnson is a perfect example. >> jack kennedy. >> when kennedy picked lyndon johnson and gave him texas. there are a number of decisions but to pick a vice president and think it's a game-changer, that would be highly unlikely and unusual. >> yes or no. this race now is about dead each? >> yes. >> thank you, governor. governor haley barbour. >>> time to show you the morning headlines around the globe. "the wall street journal" reporters jerry brown is planning big budget cuts to make up for a $16 billion deficit. governor brown is warning there will be deep cuts to schools and public safety agencies. he also wants higher taxes. >>> the daily monitor in ugand
broadcast center. i'm charlie rose. a new bomb plot against the united states is foiled. we'll get new information from the president's top counterterrorism adviser and if airport security could have stopped this attack. >>> a top administration official says he supports same-sex marriage and a striking prediction from the government on how fat america will soon become. >>> i'm gayle king. we'll show you what prince harry is doing on his first visit to washington and when i see you at 8:00, author john irving and rita wilson will stop by. >> first, we begin by a look at today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. >> we will do everything necessary to keep america safe. >> the cia stops an al qaeda plot to bomb a u.s. bound jetliner. >>> a new and improved underwear bomb with a better detonation system. >> authorities believe the mastermind is the same terrorist behind the last underwear plot in 2009. >> it probably would have gotten through metal detectors. >> just when we think we have it under control, they come up with another variation of the device and they are constantly workin
? >> this president qualified to run as united states. if this person, heaven forbid, could die, could this person come in and be a good president? the political decisions come after that. they are the hipocratic rule, do no harm. charlie and i were around in 1972 when they picked a running mate he had to give back. is there a big state you wouldn't otherwise carry this person might help you carry? lyndon johnson is a perfect example -- >> jack kennedy. >> when he picked lyndon johnson, gave him texas. there are a number of decisions. picking a vice president thinking it's a game-changer, that would be highly, highly unlikely and unusual. >> yes or no, this race is now about dead even? >> yes. >> thank you, governor. governor haley barbour. >>> time to show you headlines from around the globe. wall street journal reports jerry brown is planning bigger budget cuts in a revised pudge coming out today to make up for a $16 billion deficit. governor brown is warning there will be deep cuts to schools and public safety agencies. he also wants higher taxes. >>> the daily monitor in uganda reports the arm
to deal with potential threats to citizens, whether in europe, the united states, saudi arabia, anyplace, you'll talk to virtually anybody. if the balance is going to talk to somebody and maybe let some information out, risk a leak, or potentially put an american life at rick, that's an easy balance for a decisionmaker to make. you'll talk to people. in my experience with the saudis, they are great partners. >> thank you both. >>> now to politics. mitt romney won three more presidential primaries on tuesday. indiana, north carolina and west west. voters in north carolina also approved a constitutional amendment to prevent same-sex marriages. some observers want to know if trouble is brewing on that issue, though, between vice president joe biden and president obama. bill plante is at the white house this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, erica. when the vice president seems to break with the president and endorse gay marriage, he set off washington's talking heads. was it a deliberate signal to the gay community or just biden in yet another unscripted moment? in a speech
to "cbs this morning." the standoff continues between united states and china over chen guangcheng. he left the american embassy on tuesday is calling his situation very dangerous. he says american officials are not being allowed to see him in the hospital. >> china's foreign ministry says chen can apply for permission to study abroad if he wants to go to the united states. this morning secretary of state hillary clinton tried to look at the bright side, speaking at a conference in beijing. >> you know we have disagreements on issues as well, human rights which we raised in all of our dialogues, is one we are continuing to work on. but as our mechanism grows stronger, as our engagement intensifies and sustains, the more confident we become, that we can speak freely on critical issues without endangering the future of the relationship. >> bill plante is with us from the white house. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, erica. the chen case has become a diplomatic disaster in u.s./china relations. and now it's generating plenty of political heat here in washington over the way the ad
'll see how this could affect the united states. >>> i'm gayle king. a tennessee mom and her three children disappear. this morning there is a massive manhunt across several states. >>> and when i see you at 8:00, dr. phil stops by studio 57. >>> i'm erica hill. a new national poll has good news for mitt romney. and only on "cbs this morning," find out who's on top of the new fortune 500. >>> as we do every morning, we begin with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >>> my life is in your hands, mr. president. >> an american held hostage pleads for his life. >> warren weinstein was kidnapped in pakistan last summer. >> if you accept the demands, i live. if you don't accept the demands, then i die. >> french voters pick a socialist over the status quo. >> francois hollande has beaten president nicolas sarkozy. >> stocks took a nosedive. >> his victory is likely to have a big impact on the eurozone crisis. >> a multi-state manhunt is on for a man accused of kidnapping three young girls and their mom. to bodies are discovered in that alleged kidnapper's backyard.
to the fbi's ten most wanted list. >> he could be anywhere in the united states and we are extremely concerned for the safety of the girls. >> a federal probe is reportedly under way into who leaked the story of the foiled al qaeda bomb plot. >> dozens of people have been killed in two blasts in the syrian capital damascus. it was supposed to be a cease-fire. >> prosecutors expected to rest their case against john edwards not testifying in the trial, mistress, rielle hunter. >> picking up pieces after a tornado ripped across the area. >> all that. >> dare devil walked across a high wire with extreme precision. >> what could i do to get back at nbc for firing am he inine i? i'll go on and ruin "america's got talent." >> can he get it? it's a chase. he pulls it in. >> and all that matters. >> pioneering hairstylist vidal sassoon has died. >> i hear you have a line of women's clothing come e ining c. will your wife wear these clothes? >> no. my wife is rich. >> welcome to "cbs this morning." it's being called a landmark moment for equality and also a political risk. president obama reve
the vatican and nuns in the united states. >>> and lori anne madison took on the big kids at the national spelling bee. we'll show you how she won a lot of hearts as she was the youngest ever to compete. oh, she's great. >>> but first it's time now for this morning's "healthwatch" with dr. holly phillips. >>> good morning. in today's "healthwatch," the secrets of sunscreen. sunscreen season is here. experts agree, it's important to protect your kids from the sun's harmful rays. but with so many products on store shelves, choosing the very best sunblock for you could be confusing. new labeling rules from the fda will make it easier to decide but the guidelines will not be n place until this coming winter. until then, here's what you should look for for the very best protection. sunscreen labeled broad-spectrum, which means it protects against uva and uvb rays with an spf of 30 higher. label that say water resistant and specify for how long. waterproof will no longer be allowed. use an ounce of lotion every two hours, more if you're in and out of the water. the most effective way is to stay
of the united states protected and is the president's life properly protected? >> reporter: secret service director mark sullivan gives his first public accounting of the scandal today in testimony to congress. he'll attempt to reassure critics that no intelligence was compromised. he says in his statement "at the time the misconduct occurred, none of the individuals involved had received any specific protected information, sensitive security documents, firearms, radios, or other security related equipment in their hotel rooms." charlie, erica? >> bill, thank you very much. this morning the turnout is overwhelming in egypt's first free presidential election. it happens more than a year after protesters force e e ed m out of office. tell us what you're seeing and what the mood is in egypt today. >> reporter: real excitement. we've been talking to people in the lineup and they say that we've been ruled by kings and dictatorships but we've never had our own democratically elected president. 54 million egyptians are eligible to vote today and 13,000 polling stations across the country and elec
of the united states on this issue than you are to the likely republican candidate. >> i'm in the middle. i'm for domestic partnerships. i signed i think the first law in america when i was mayor of new york and second one for civil marriages but i am for a maench between a man and a women. >> but you're for marriage. >> the president was and that's -- i think -- governor romney is not. >> that's the right distinction. under the laws of the state, gays and lesbians should be treated like everyone else. out of the laws of how you define marriage, our religious and ethical decision, which i'm okay with, a lot of people aren't, i respect that. i respect the decision of the states. if new york wants to have it, which we did, i wasn't propon t proponent, i would prefer if we didn't, but not a big opponent. if north carolina doesn't want it, they shouldn't be forced to have it. >> how much focus should there be on this this issue in the campaign? you followed up saying -- you went on to say, republican party needs to get back to its base and would be more successful if it focused on the economy,
of the united states the gratitude of the afghan people for the support your taxpayer people have brought to afghanistan the past decade. >> pakistan's president was at a meeting with secretary of state clinton but not president obama. the two sides are arguing about the price pakistan wants to charge for each of the thousands of vehicles that cross the border every year. it's a weekend of serious business but there were some light moments at camp david. the g-8 leaders watched the european equivalent of the super bowl. david cameron elated when chelsea won in the champions league final. so not all serious business. >> bill plante, thank you. >>> with us now is rhode island senator jack reed. a former army ranger and west point graduate and returned from afghanistan. good morning, senator reed. >> good morning, charlie. >> let me begin with your assessment of how things are in afghanistan today and whether you're satisfied with what the president and nato intends to do in terms of withdrawal. >> i just completed my 13th trip to afghanistan. i've been there on a regular basis and, frankly,
and the people of the united states, the gratitude of the afghan people for the support that your taxpayers' money has provided afghan over the past decade. >> reporter: pakistan's president got a meeting with hillary clinton at the summit but not president obama. they are arguing about the price pakistan wants to charge for the thousands of vehicles that cross the border every year. it was a weekend full of serious talk but there were light moments. at camp david, the g-8 leaders watch the european equivalent of the super bowl. david cameron elated when chelsea beat angela merkel's baron munich in the championship final so it wasn't all business. charlie, erica. >> bill plante, thank you. with us rhode island jack reed, member of the armed services committee, former army ranger, west point graduate and just returned from a visit to afghanistan a few weeks ago. good morning, senator. >> good morning, charlie. >> let me begin with your assessment of how things are in afghanistan today and whether you're satisfied with what the president and nato intend to do in terms of withdrawal. >> well,
wants to defriend the united states of america. >>> >> they have arrested a man in shootings. >> police are trying to unravel gunfire that sent people running for cover in louisville, kentucky. >> a swarm of bees temporarily halted the rockies game. >> i could have protective gear. >> are you all right? >> that would have been something. >> you know jay's watching right now. he's watching every second. >> i'm too big for this show. >> let me tell you, that cat -- the only thing that cat worries about is being too good looking. >> and all that matters. >> disco was king and donna summer was its queen. donna summer died of cancer. she was 63. >> on "cbs this morning." ♪ the lance dance tonight ♪ >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." a special prosecutor has taken the evidence against the man accused of murdering trayvon martin and making it public. >> it includes nearly 200 pages of documents, photos and audio recordings. mark strassmann has gone through it all. is he at the courthouse in sanford, florida. mark, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, erica and charlie. this case has be
can the united states do and what are the risks to do something and what has to happen before they can do something? >> i think first of all we have to ask the question what happens if we stay on the path that we're on? the problem of staying on the path that we're on is you're going to have a sectarian war that becomes deeper and deeper and unbridgeable. when people say there will be a civil war, we're already in a civil war. when people say you'll see increasing violence, we've already seen increasing violence. the danger of the current track is that you'll end up with a failed state and lose central authority. we have to find a way to accelerate the departure of assad. i don't think there's one single action that will work. i think you're going to have to pursue a series of different actions. the russians are a pivot. you have to work to move russians. arabs need to be in a position you can be a friend of bashar al assad and friend of ours but you can't be friends of both. he's a leader of a minority sect that has governed syria for a long time. he says your survival depends on my s
citizenship to avoid paying taxes. >> he wants to defriend the united states of america. >> police have arrested a suspect in the series of deadly shootings that terrorized drivers across mississippi. >> police are still trying to unravel what triggered two outbreaks of gunfire that sent people running for cover in louisville, kentucky. >> quite the scene at coors field as a swarm of beans temporarily halted the rockies game. >> all of that -- >> that would have been quite something. >> you know jay is watching right now. he's watching every second. >> i'm too big for this show. >> let me tell you, that cat doesn't worry about anything than being too good looking. >> disco was king and donna summer was its queen. ♪ >> all of that and more on "cbs this morning." captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." a special prosecutor has taken the evidence against the man accused of murdering trayvon martin and making it public. >> it includes nearly 200 pages of documents, photos, and audio record. mark strassmann has gone through it all. he has gone through the courthouse in
and 2010. wayne pacelle is president and ceo of the humane society of the united states. >> if something does go wrong, it can happen on a scale and with a magnitude that we haven't seen before in this country. >> reporter: the humane society was so concerned, it recently sent an activist undercover into gw exotic as an employee. >> pop him and make him walk. >> reporter: documented what it calls alarming and abusive behavior. >> stay back. >> one hand in front. >> reporter: including a boy suddenly attacked while interacting with a young tiger. >> any person with any bit of common sense knows large predatory animals are going to lash out at people. that's why sensible organizations say you've got to keep people and dangerous wild animals separate. >> reporter: we showed the undercover video to schriebvogel who charged the incident with the boy was set up by the humane society. you're saying the humane society would put a little boy in harm's way? >> oh, hell, yeah, in a heart beat. i want to be clear. i am saying wayne pacelle would stoop low enough to put a little kid at risk, yes, to
cause of cancer in the united states. it kills 33,000 men in the u.s. each year. with us is former notre dame basketball coach and prostate cancer survivor digger phelps. i'm belized to have both of them here this morning. so what are you saying. >> well, i don't speak for the task force but what the tax force said when they look at it, there are actually more men harmed than helped by this test. >> harmed how? >> unfortunately a number of men identified as having prostate cancer has a disease that is ptreat order cured.'t need to be many of those men are treated. the treatment can cause heart attacks, it can cause blood a number of things can happen when you start getting medical interventions that you don't need. >> digger phelps, what do you say? >> i say personally my experience, april 28 two years ago i found out i had prostate cancer. and what i did was go out to the university of seattle and the cancer research center and looked at all the options and decided to do the robot surgery. but, charlie from april 28 to june 8, the fear of the unknown was a living hell for me,. once the
. >> the person i want to be president of the united states is barack obama. >> reporter: he says hollywood prague gr progressives buckled under republican pressure but turn off by the heart right rhetoric of republican mitt romney and turned on by the president's endorsement of same-sex marriage, hollywood's excitement has been rekindled. >> you talk about people putting out $40,000 a person and we're raising here now up to $15 million, that's pretty enthusiastic. >> among high rollers, steven spielberg, robert downey, jr., barbra streisand, mr. obama needs hollywood's enthusiasm and money. former gop strategist and now usc political scientist. >> four years ago he raised a lot of money from hollywood and from silicon valley and from wall street. this year wall street is not that excited about obama. so raising money from the entertainment industry becomes even more important to the re-election campaign. >> reporter: why? most of unlimited so-called superpac money is going to republicans. >> that's a bit of concern. in terms of his ability to raise money for his campaign, i don't think we have to
at many different park service units across the united states. the only time i've ever had a break is when i was on maternity leave. i have retired from doing this one thing that i loved. now, i'm going to be able to have the time to explore something different. it's like another chapter. >> time for the news headlines from cbs five. president obama is wrapping up his silicon valley fund-raising swing with an event at the downtown san jose fairmont where he spent the night. the event was originally scheduled for palo alto but was switched to san jose at the last minute for logistical purposes. after he will fly out of moffett field. the man accused of kidnapping and killing sierra lamar as a court date this afternoon at the san jose hall of justice. antolin garcia-torres,,,,,,,, >> westbound highway 4 we have an accident blocking one lane and look how jammed up is just behind that scene. speeds below 25 m.p.h.. still slow through pittsburgh all the way to conquer. southbound 101 approaching marsh road, another scene of an accident. slow through redwood city and into menlo park. >> we're st
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